New Years Eve at Bounce Sporting Club & Lounge

Celebrate the arrival of the new year in style at Bounce Sporting Club in the heart of New York City! Bounce Sporting Club is renowned for its vibrant atmosphere, and this New Year’s Eve party promises to be an unforgettable experience.

Located in the Flatiron District, the venue offers a spacious and chic setting for you and your friends to ring in 2024. As the night unfolds, you can expect top-notch entertainment with live DJs spinning the hottest tracks, ensuring that the dance floor stays electric all night long. The venue also boasts an impressive selection of craft cocktails, making it the perfect place to toast to new beginnings. With its upscale decor, energetic ambiance, and prime location, Bounce Sporting Club is the ultimate destination for those looking to welcome the new year with a bang. Bounce Sporting Club’s state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems will create an immersive and dynamic experience, setting the stage for an epic celebration. Whether you’re a local or visiting NYC for the holiday, Bounce Sporting Club’s New Year’s Eve party promises to be an extravagant affair that you won’t want to miss. So gather your friends, put on your most glamorous outfit, and get ready for a night of revelry and excitement as you usher in the new year at one of the city’s hottest destinations for nightlife and entertainment.

Price increase warning: New Year's Eve ticket prices often go up significantly (100% +) the closer you get to New Years Eve. Also note that many NYE Events will sell out well in advance of New Years Eve. About your Tickets:  (1) Show up early and help reduce the wait time, (2) Make sure to have your physical ticket on hand because you will need to show it to NYPD and security upon request, (3) You accept the risks and agree to adhere to the NYPD rules and regulations for the evening, (4) If you select shipping as your delivery method, tickets will not be sent out until December, (5) A LIVE VIEW of The Ball Drop is not guaranteed. Large crowds should be expected